Gourmet Tea: Chocola Tea (Black)
Gourmet Tea: Chocola Tea (Black)
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Gourmet Tea: Chocola Tea (Black)

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Chocola Tea  is an absolutely sensational black tea. Dried local figs get the taste buds dancing. Dairy-free chocolate chips are the star, but subtle texture and lightness is brought on by the earthy cacao nibs, locally dark roasted cracked coffee beans, and, of course, the black tea base. An absolutely sensational black tea with real cacao nibs, cocoa, a hint of coffee, figs, and a mysterious herbal blend.

My favorite tea because, chocolate! This tea come loose leaf. About 15 servings per bag.

This family run local tea company combine ingredients straight from the garden, farm, forest, and briar patch, and are locally sourced in the Alabama area when possible. All to create lovely and delicious tea blends, iced or hot.

Caffeinated. Brew at 212 degrees for 3 minutes

We are also carrying a simple and classic tea ball for brewing single servings of tea. When you buy 5 teas, use code TEADEAL, and a tea ball will be added to your order for FREE.

Ingredients: Nilgiri Black Tea, Cacao Nibs, Figs, Cracked Coffee, Cocoa Chips (dairy free), Organic Flavor

Piper and Leaf has a concentrate system. Here's how it works and, spoiler, it's way easy!

You take one whole muslin bag of loose leaf tea place it in a French press, or put the tea directly in that muslin bag as your infuser and place it in a Mason jar, heat-resistant pitcher, or bowl. Add exactly 28oz of boiling water, and let the tea steep however long it says on the bag. Push the French press down and pour into a jar or pitcher. If not using a French press, squeeze the tea in the muslin bag to release the remaining liquid tea.

The tea concentrate is 8 times stronger than regularly brewed tea, and can be kept in the fridge for a month. Add 3 tbls. of tea concentrate to 1-1/2 cups boiling water for a cup of hot tea or use less water plus ice for iced tea. You can use tea concentrate in baking (think Caramel Apple Pie Cookies!) or in mixed drinks. Let us know what you come up with!